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Does Leonardo DiCaprio's girlfriend Camila Morrone keep dropping hints for him to propose, but he's not taking the bait? That's the phony story in one of this week's tabloids. Gossip Cop has learned its untrue.

"Camila Wants A Ring From Leo!" reads a headline in the latest issue of In Touch. An alleged source is quoted as saying, "She's been patiently waiting for him to pop the question, but now she's dropping all kinds of hints." What kind of hints exactly? The unreliable outlet isn't able to elaborate on that at all.

The anonymous tipster continues, "They've met each other's parents, vacationed all over the world and practically live together, so in Camila's mind getting married is the natural progression." The anonymous insider goes on to say that DiCaprio is "dragging his feet" when it comes to settling down, adding, "He's crazy about her, but he's never been married before, and frankly, the idea of it freaks him out."

The tabloid's bogus narrative is based on the word of an unknown "source," but Gossip Cop ran the story by DiCaprio's spokesperson, who tells us on the record there's "no truth" to it. In Touch simply has no insight into the couple's relationship. The two are happy together, but the model hasn't been begging her boyfriend for a ring.

Meanwhile, the tabloid should do a better job of checking what its sister publications are reporting about the couple's romance. In August, Gossip Cop busted OK!, which is published by the same company as In Touch, for falsely claiming Brad Pitt helped DiCaprio propose to his girlfriend. This latest article ignores that fake storyline altogether.

That same month, the National Enquirer - yet another sister publication of both In Touch and OK! - wrongly reported DiCaprio and Morrone were headed for a split over his friendship with Margot Robbie. Nothing about that story was remotely true.

DiCaprio and Morrone have been dating for nearly two years, but the couple keeps their relationship very private, which gives the gossip media free rein to make up stories about them. The actor himself has never publicly discussed their romance, while the model has only briefly addressed it. It should be noted, DiCaprio and Morrone appear to be getting increasingly serious, so it's not out of the question for a proposal to be in their future. In Touch, however, doesn't know what's going on behind closed doors. The idea that the model is pressuring her boyfriend to get married simply isn't accurate.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.

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